Amsterdam University of the Arts - Academy of Theatre and Dance, 2020-21

DAS Theatre is a master's degree course within the Academy of Theatre and Dance. The programme is based on twenty years of experience as an educational, production­ based and research-orientated hybrid. Our two-year, question based, residential master's programme functions as a laboratory and aims to improve the artistic competences of its international students.

City Amsterdam
OTS Scholarship programmes

1 partial scholarship, https://www.atd.ahk.nl/en/theatre-programmes/das-theatre/ 

Value of each scholarship: 2500 € discount on tuition fee 

Duration of the Scholarship First year of the programme
Deadline for application 1 April 2020

Contact person

Email

Tel

John Meijerink,

John.Meijerink@ahk.nl

+31(0)205277668 


Academic requirement

Bachelor's degree

English Level

TOEFL iBT      

TOEFL Internet-based test (iBT): 64
TOEFL Computer-based test (CBT): 180
TOEFL Paper-based test (PBT): 507         

Working experience Candidates need at least 3 years of working experience in a relevant field.
Additional requirements
Documentation for OTS
  • Orange Tulip Scholarship application form
  • Proof that the admission process with Amsterdam University of the Arts has started

More about DAS Theatre Master programme

DAS Theatre is a master's programme for research-based artistic and curatorial practices in the field of theatre that is open to Dutch and international practitioners working in the performing arts as artists, curators, directors, performance makers and dramaturgs. DAS Theatre is a full-time, two-year residential programme in which individual trajectories can benefit from a community of peers, tutors and advisors. It provides a working space, workshop sessions with guest teachers, and a broad international network.
Artists and curators come together in a programme that supports artistic and curatorial research, challenges professional boundaries and cultivates potential connections with audiences, institutions, discourses, partners and collaborators.

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